This page contains examples of what live looping music can sound like, taken from various live looping shows played by various looping musicians.
"Live looping is a new way to create music which can be used with any style and instrument. The musician can record bits of his playing during the music, and have them looping as long as he needs them, or repeating whenever he calls them back."
- album1 contains solo sets and an collective improvisation from the Berlin Livelooping evening on July 4th, 2003. Musicians (left to right): Andreas Willers, guitar; Michael Peters, radio and guitar; Rick Walker, translucent dayglo lime green plastic; Matthias Grob, guitar; Michael Schiefel, voice. More images from the Berlin evening are at http://www.michaelpeters.de/fotos/berlinloop.
- album 2 contains solo sets and collective improvisation from the 1st Swedish Looping Tour, that started on May 16 2003 and continued all summer (with different looping musicians). Musicians heard on these recordings are: Matthias Grob and Rick Walker (info above); Per Boysen, tenor saxophone, bowed and "slided" Stratocaster, Per Åhlund, contact mics, synth; Mattias Nord, looping Reason on a laptop. More info on this Swedish spectacle can be found at http://www.looproom.com